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Transit and Light Rail : United States

Transit, light rail and commuter train systems in the United States. Only official websites are listed here, and only transit systems with some sort of rail, light rail, subway or commuter train operation.

There are 64 links in this category

Jersey City, NJ - Hudson–Bergen Light Rail (HBLR) New
Hudson County, NJ - The NJ Transit Hudson–Bergen Light Rail (HBLR) is a light rail system in Hudson County, New Jersey, United States. Owned by New Jersey Transit (NJT) and operated by the 21st Century Rail Corporation, it connects the communities of Bayonne, Jersey City, Hoboken, Weehawken, Union City (at the city line with West New York), and North Bergen.
Info: URL: http://www.njtransit.com/sf/sf_servlet.srv?hdnPageAction=LightRailTo (Added: 16-May-2018)
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Kansas City, MO - Kansas City Streetcar New
Kansas City, MO - Downtown Transit System
The Downtown KC Streetcar starter line has been envisioned as a beginning to the development of a comprehensive streetcar system for the Kansas City Region. The KC Streetcar runs through the heart of downtown and connects to Ride KC buses at either end of the route and at the 10th & Main Transit Center.

The Downtown KC Streetcar starter line is the first step in a longer-range plan to create a regional, integrated transit system to uniquely connect the Greater Kansas City area like never before. Progressive regions with streetcar systems have seen significant economic growth and the Downtown KC Streetcar starter line is a step in effort to realize an even more vibrant, vital and livable urban center. Streetcar systems attract new residents, businesses and workforce and provide an improved and more efficient travel option. It is envisioned that the downtown KC Streetcar starter line will bring new investment and increased property values to downtown along with an increased economic impact during construction and after.

Info: URL: http://kcstreetcar.org/ (Added: 16-May-2018)
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Kenosha, WI - Kenosha Streetcar New
Kenosha, WI - The Kenosha Streetcar Society is a non-profit organization chartered by the City of Kenosha, Wisconsin to preserve and promote Kenosha's streetcar system and history.

The KSS hosts several slide shows or movies each year. The presentations are all related to transportation history, and are free. The KSS also hosts an annual member appreciation dinner each spring, as well as other special events throughout the year. See our Events page for more information!

Info: URL: http://www.kenoshastreetcarsociety.org/home (Added: 16-May-2018)
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Little Rock, AR - Metro Streetcar New
Little Rock, AR - METRO Streetcar is a 3.4-mile streetcar system connecting the cities of Little Rock and North Little Rock. With 10 operators manning three historic replica streetcars along the route, the system serves 100,000 riders annually and covers 1,080 miles weekly. METRO Streetcar is a fun, unique way to take in the downtown sights of central Arkansas’ “twin cities.” Spanning the beautiful Arkansas River, the system links some of the most vibrant destinations in Pulaski County, including the Clinton Presidential Center and headquarters of the global nonprofit Heifer International; North Little Rock’s historic Argenta district; the Little Rock River Market and Creative Corridor; and favorite restaurants, hotels, brewpubs, cultural attractions, shops and more.
Info: URL: https://rrmetro.org/services/streetcar/ (Added: 16-May-2018)
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Memphis, TN - MATA Trolley New
The MATA Trolley is a heritage streetcar transit system operating in Memphis in the U.S. state of Tennessee. It began operating on April 29, 1993.

Since opening the system has been extended twice and now consists of three lines, operated by the Memphis Area Transit Authority (MATA). These lines are the Main Street Line, the Riverfront Loop and the Madison Avenue Line.

Info: URL: http://www.matatransit.com/services/trolleys/ (Added: 16-May-2018)
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Minneapolis and Saint Paul, MN - Metro New
Minneapolis and Saint Paul, MN - the METRO system is a network of transitways with frequent, all-day service between stations with enhanced amenities. Some METRO lines use trains, others use buses. Whether it runs on a road or on tracks, customers can expect trips at least every 15 minutes throughout most of the day.

METRO lines are named by color rather than by numbers. Three METRO lines already exist. The Blue Line travels between Mall of America and Target Field. The Red Line travels on Cedar Avenue, providing Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) between Apple Valley and Mall of America. The METRO Green Line opened in June 2014, between downtown Minneapolis and downtown St. Paul.

Info: URL: https://www.metrotransit.org/metro-system (Added: 16-May-2018)
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New Orleans, LA - New Orleans Streetcar New
New Orleans, LA - Four streetcar lines run through some of the most iconic areas of New Orleans —the historic St. Charles Avenue line, the Canal Street line to Cemeteries and City Park, the Riverfront line, and our newest line, the Rampart-St. Claude Avenue line. Streetcar ridership averages approximately 19,000 daily – which largely reflects local commuter trips.
Info: URL: http://www.norta.com/ (Added: 16-May-2018)
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Norfolk, VA - The Tide Light Rail New
Norfolk, VA - Hampton Roads Transit - The Tide Light Rail extends 7.4 miles from the Eastern Virginia Medical Center complex east through downtown Norfolk to Newtown Road at the border of Virginia Beach. It is served by 11 stations and four park-and-ride lots. Parking is free. Tickets can be purchased at all ticket vending machines, at select retail outlets, and online.
Info: URL: https://gohrt.com/services/the-tide/ (Added: 16-May-2018)
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Oceanside, CA - Sprinter New
Oceanside, CA - In March 2008, NCTD launched its newest addition, the east-west SPRINTER light rail. The 22-mile rail system connects Oceanside, Vista, San Marcos, and Escondido, serving 15 stations along the Highway 78 corridor.

The SPRINTER runs every 30 minutes in each direction Monday through Friday, from approximately 4 am to 9 pm. Friday and Saturday trains run later.

Saturday/Sunday/holiday trains operate every 30 minutes between 10 am and 6 pm and hourly before 10 am and after 6 pm.

Info: URL: http://www.gonctd.com/sprinter/ (Added: 16-May-2018)
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Phoenix, AZ - Valley Metro Rail New
Phoenix, AZ - Valley Metro Rail (styled corporately as METRO) is a 26.3-mile (42 km) light rail line operating in the U.S. state of Arizona. Part of the Valley Metro public transit system, it serves the cities of Phoenix, Tempe, and Mesa. Construction began in March 2005; operation started December 27, 2008. The line had a weekday ridership of 49,416 in 2016, making it the 14th busiest light rail system in the country.

In the years since it opened in 2008, the system has undergone two expansions, with at least five more scheduled, including Tempe Streetcar. Furthermore, extensions are planned in Glendale, and into South Phoenix to Baseline Road, all of which were expanded as a direct result of obtaining funding under the Proposition 104 sales tax increase.

Info: URL: https://www.valleymetro.org/ (Added: 16-May-2018)
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